With a heavy school load and an even busier social schedule, teens have a lot on their plate. Creating a safe, stress-free haven where your teenage son or daughter can knock out their to-do list and spend time with their friends is a great way to help keep them on track, but designing a space that is both practical and stylish can be harder than it looks. Need a little inspiration? A string of twinkling accent lights adds a warm and glowy ambiance while doubling as a place to pin up pictures, postcards, and other treasures in this modern pink and grey teen room seen of Arch-Zine. This clean-cut teen room by Urbanology Designs keeps things simple, rocking its music-loving theme without danger of seeming too cutesy or over-the-top.
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Since you probably don't want to spend the next five years arguing with your son about his bedroom , you'd be well-advised to come up with a color scheme and style you both feel good about it. And no, it doesn't have to be all shades of blue and fire trucks. To get the inspiration flowing, we're spotlighting thirty-one of our favorite boys rooms. From calming and neutral to over-the-top and bold, ideas will satisfy everyone in your house—we bet your daughter will love these decorating ideas, too. If they have a favorite color, choose fun accent pieces that let it shine.
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22 Chic And Inviting Shared Teen Girl Rooms Ideas
Your teenager's bedroom may be among the hardest rooms in the house to design because you want it to spotlight and nurture their personal style and interests while still ensuring it fits in with the rest of the home. Plus, it needs to be versatile enough to grow with them through the precious years they have left at home. Perhaps trickiest of all, you want to avoid any nuclear meltdowns from you and your teenager over any decorating disagreements. Prevent any potential arguments and help them come into their own by using these teen room ideas from designers and cool kids as inspiration and guidance.
You want to give them the creative freedom to express themselves, but there are also practical considerations to take into account, such as study space and the cost of redecorating when they reach GCSE age and are mortally embarrassed by the wallpaper they chose when they were years-old. For a teenage boy his bedroom is like a fort, protecting him from the outside world. This could be by putting up posters, showing off collections, choosing a striking duvet cover or using his favourite colours on the walls.